Have A Merry Christmas, But Spare A Thought

I hope that everybody who celebrates Christmas has a very good one, and those who celebrate different religious festivals, enjoy your day as well.

Spare a thought though. Think of those who are alone today. Think of those who have no family to visit. Think of those who have not been able to buy for their children. Think of the ones whose families don’t want them. Think of those need someone. It is at these times that we need to really think of those who have no-one. Those whose only interaction is via an online way. Think of those who will be spending today like it is any other day.

If you want to do something in the new year, please make an effort to help those less fortunate.

Think of others.

Merry Christmas everybody.

Happy holidays.

Enjoy your day.

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37 thoughts on “Have A Merry Christmas, But Spare A Thought

  1. Merry X-Mas to you and your family. Truly said, AL, let’s think of the child who is deprived of the joy of Santa and hope someday, a small act will make the faces light up with joy.

  2. Thank you for this post Al. I phoned a friend yesterday to wish her a Merry Christmas and she told me that she was spending the day alone, when she has a son just a few miles down the road. It made me very sad to think that this day was just an ordinary day in her life. I hope you and your family have a very special day.

  3. Thank you Al. I think of this topic often, especially when I am down and missing my parents and brother so much. Merry Christmas, and what ever you do today, enjoy it

    • Thanks Terry. I know of at least one blogger who is on his own today, and I think about what iot would be like for that. Last year, my kids were at their mum’s for Christmas day, so I didn’t see anyone until the evening. That made me think about the loneliness then, and was one of the reasons that I gave to several charities this year

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